We're pausing our live coronavirus coverage for now, but you can continue to follow all the major developments with BBC News.
Here's a round-up of some of the key stories from the UK and around the world:
- It's been eight months since China first reported cases of a "mysterious flu" - now global coronavirus infections have passed 25 million, with deaths approaching 844,000
- California has become the first US state to record more than 700,000 cases
- University lecturers in the UK have warned that sending more than a million students around the country to resume face-to-face classes is a "recipe for disaster"
- As millions of pupils in England and Wales prepare to return to the classroom next week, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has warned that parents who do not send their children back to school risk putting a "huge dent in their future life chances"
- A leading Conservative backbencher has said it is becoming "increasingly difficult" to defend UK government policy amid a series of U-turns in its approach to the pandemic
- In Germany, politicians across the political spectrum condemned an attempt to storm the Reichstag during Saturday's big Berlin protest against Covid-19 restrictions
- India set a new world record for the highest number of new infections reported in 24 hours. The country, which is the world's second most populous with 1.3 billion people, reported 78,761 cases in one day
Contributing to today's live coverage were Joseph Lee, Georgina Rannard, Emma Harrison, Rob Greenall and Mal Siret.